Category: Audio

In Review: Campfire Audio Honeydew

                                                       

Last month, we introduced you to the Campfire Audio Honeydew (and it’s twin, the Satsuma). While I’ve gone way away from wires and am all about the bluetooth noise cancelling, I will admit to being curious about what a set…

Recently Released: Campfire Audio Saber

                                                       

We’ve written about a few different Campfire releases as of late (and even have a pair in for a hands-on review at the moment), many of their models (at least in the price ranges I look at) feature bodies made…

In Review: Nothing Ear(1)

                                                       

I’ve never really followed needlessly and well-hyped popular gadgets over the years and Nothing Ear(1) is one of the most hyped products in recent memory. Designed by Teenage Engineering and aimed at Android users, the product is a low-cost, middling-quality…

Just released: Anker PowerCast M300

                                                       

Just the other week, we brought you our second review of an item from the AnkerWork lineup (the H700 headset; before that it was the S500 conference speaker). Well, those were all focused on getting the sound to your ears…

McIntosh announces two new streaming speakers

                                                       

McIntosh, an audiophile-focused gear maker famous for their glowing green logo, has announced two new wireless speakers, the RS150 and RS250. Both feature the traditional McIntosh (digital) glowing needle readout and support Bluetooth and WiFi. The RS150 is a mono…

In Review: Anker PowerConf H700 Headset

                                                       

You know me – I’ve been rolling through all of the various noise-cancelling headphones that Anker have been producing, and I’ve found them to be a very positive improvement to my work-from-home setup. Now, I’m fine with over-ear headphones, even…